The Federal Government has been advised to fulfill all agreements it entered into with the Academic Staff Union of Universities, ASUU to avoid strike and idleness among Youths.
The Chief Commissioner, Public Complaints Commission, Mr. Abimbola Ayo-Yusuf gave the advice during Project Peace Africa Conference in Abuja with the theme: “Empowering and Developing the Nigeria Youth For Peace and Progress.
Mr. Ayo-Yusuf also urged Young people to seek intellectual and survival skills which would lead to financial freedom.
He added that development without peace can not last long therefore to maintain peace we need reliable resources like training them on skills acquisition, making sure that they are enlightened about the effect of indulging in bad practices in the society.
Mr. Ayo-Yusuf advised them to be agents of peace and avoid being used as tools for rigging or political thugs during next year ‘s elections.
The Commissioner for Internal Security in Niger State, Mr. Emmanuel Umor, advised leaders to put their words into action on youth empowerment.
He added that bringing youths together to talk about peace will help in building the country and also making them ambassadors of peace.
The Founder, TWANI Foundation, Ms Angel TWANI said the insecurity in the Country prompted her decision to establish the Organization which is focused on peace building.
She also said with the help of the youths in peace bringing Nigeria will be a better place to stay.
Some of the participants advised Nigerians to make informed decisions regarding next year’s elections and advised youths not to be tools for rigging or electoral violence.
The theme of the event is: “Empowering and Developing Nigeria Youths For Peace and Progress”.